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TIDeals on Stellaris dev board and Micrium OS textbook

Posted on Tuesday, December 20th, 2011 in dev boards, documentation, LCD, web platforms by the machinegeek


TIDeals has announced two year end specials.

“First up is the Stellaris Ethernet-enabled Intelligent Display Module with PoE RDK. Basically, this little number is the Stellaris Intelligent Display Reference Design Kit (RDK-IDM), and it offers a complete, open-tool graphical touch-screen user interface design solution for control, automation, and instrumentation applications. Included in the RDK-IDM is the Stellaris Intelligent Liquid Crystal Display Module(MDL-IDM).” Normally retailing for $219, TI has it for a limited time for $119.

Their second deal is Micrium’s uC/OS-III: The Real Time Kernel Textbook, which covers integrating Micrium’s μC/OS-III RTOS in your designs that incorporate Stellaris MCUs. “The book consists of two complete parts. The first describes real-time kernels in generic terms. Part II provides examples for the reader, using Texas Instruments’ EVM-EVALBOT, a small, robotic evaluation board.” It usually retails for $89.95, but TI is selling it for $45.

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3 Responses to “TIDeals on Stellaris dev board and Micrium OS textbook”

  1. Kevin says:

    I’ve got this book. It’s worth the coin. Although I still prefer to use Free RTOS.

  2. Udi says:

    I think the book is freely available as a downloadable PDF in the Micrium website.

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